We asked Kelt Reeves, CEO of Falcon Northwest, who cares about the system's $250 Silverstone 1000W Strider power supply. He replied: "Well not the Amish. But these new-fangled video games require electricity. And if you want this new type of moving picture show ('talkie', to the layperson) to move like greased lighting, it takes a lot of parts ('doo-dads', to the layperson). And them there parts all use the electricity. The power supply ("magic box", to the layperson) gives them doo-dads the vim and vigor they need to make a good picture show ... does anyone else have a headache?"
We sure do. Go to the giveaway post and answer the following question in the comments: what electrical device in your house are you most thankful for (it is Thanksgiving, folks!). Hey, Does all of Rock Band count as an electrical device?